Hope you are enjoying the spring too!
Tuesday 20 March 2012
UK has loads of cherry trees which are now in blossom. Some photographs we clicked during one of our walks in our favourite parkland.
Thursday 8 March 2012
Lets Celebrate International Women's Day By:
Being who we are,
Being who we are,
Living a dignified life, free from the fear of persecution & violence,
Not having to bow down to anything or anyone,
Enjoying the freedom of expression and the right to practice/not practice religion,
Making decisions about our own lives and bodies,
Controlling our own properties and incomes,
Having the strength to walk out of abusive relationships,
Reaching for the stars and helping each other get there!
P.S. Found the quote in the photograph in Facebook, could not trace the author, loved it and wanted to share it with you.
P.P.S. Had to draw a sari clad woman flying on a broomstick, I am no artist as my cartoon shows clearly. This is just for fun!
P.P.P.S. Most comrades (men) understand the need for this day to spread awareness on women's issues. We women salute you and welcome you in our struggle. We dearly need your support.
P.P.P.P.S. The leftover men out there, yes you should also have a men's day (why don't you get organised and start something?), yes we know there are some women out there who twist the laws to their own advantages. Your brother's friend's uncle's distant cousin's friend's friend has had a bad experience. We empathise. Now start counting how many women you know who have had horrible experiences. Give us a break, will ya? You men have been making, breaking, twisting laws for centuries and then a couple of progressive laws like the Domestic Violence Act in India and the divorce laws in the West come (and not even implemented properly) and you men cannot stop cribbing! And you say we women are cry babies....
P.P.P.P.P.S. Lets spread the word, share this far and wide please!
Thursday 1 March 2012
Few days in a charming sea side town, walking along the sandy beach, roaming in the markets, meeting nice people, eating good food, soaking in a bit of culture and of course shopping! The weather was really mild which made walks and sitting on the beach a pleasure. The sun was also up and about, keeping us company :-)
Gazing at the sea is such a pleasure....I love to watch the waves come crashing on the sand and the way white foam covers the beach like a coffee overspill...
Since it was off season the beach was pretty empty...which suited us just fine...
Who doesn't like a little me time on his/her own? I sure do :-)
Imagine working in such a cool office! People kept flocking over to this guy and was chatting with him...maybe they wanted to know if there were any vacancies? :-)
Yes it is a toy train...yes in the middle of a busy town centre...yes it works, very much so...yes, yes adults get to ride on it as well...it starts from the beach and huffs and puffs its way up the cliffs to this quaint little town...all the kids we passed, stopped doing whatever they were doing (building sand castles, running around, playing, chasing after their dogs, pestering their parents, licking ice lollies) and waved like mad....we waved right back :-)
Now for some couple time...
This little boy had a great time playing with the waves...his parents were sitting a little away...he occasionally looked back to check on them, reassured that they were still there, he played on....sea waves make great playmates...did you ever befriend them?
A beach experience is never complete without an ice cream...be it a multicoloured lolly or a cone!
Leaving you with this quintessential roundabout photo without which no English pier is complete....how I loved these rides as a little girl.....